On MSNBC's All In Thursday night, network correspondent Joy Reid said given that government servers have been hacked several times, maybe it was "safer and more secure" for Hillary Clinton to use her own server to host a personal e-mail account.
"Well, let's talk about the government e-mails servers because they've been hacked," Reid told host Chris Hayes. "It's like maybe Hillary Clinton on the cloud was actually somehow safer and more secure than the actual government e-mails? I don't even understand it."
Reid had her own MSNBC show but it was canceled when the network decided to make sweeping changes to its lineup earlier this year.
CHRIS HAYES: It feels like we are watching the beginning of the construction of the Rube Goldberg machine that is still going to be operating six years later, should Hillary Clinton be, you know, elected president.
If you go back to the way that the Bill Clinton scandal Rube Goldberg machine got set up, it was like Whitewater led to the deposition that led to Monica Lewinsky that led to, you know. We started with this e-mail question and then there is going to be an inquiry. We start with Benghazi, where is this going to go? It feels self-sustaining.
JOY REID, MSNBC CORRESPONDENT: And remember the Whitewater -- it started with just haircut-gate. And then it was they fired people in the Travel Office. You can't fire people from the White House -- so it starts with things that don't even sound bad. Like having Gmail. And by the way the idea whether or not the server was secure. Well, let's talk about the government e-mails servers because they've been hacked. It's like maybe Hillary Clinton on the cloud was actually somehow safer and more secure than the actual government e-mails? I don't even understand it.